Everyday morning comes with new things.
For me it represents a new beginning in my life. I have many goals in my life. And with each morning I start to accomplish some of it till all.
I wish everyone great success in his or her life.
Try to find yourself.
Some people will say, “How do we find ourselves?”
Well this is not a hard questions to ask or to find its answer.
If you are interested in doing any kind of hobbies, try to do it. And then you will find yourself. For more clearness. In case you like writing; e-mails or letters but you don’t know who to write to, try to find new friends to write to them. Or try to imagine friend to write to them and then you will find yourself a great writer one day.
If you enjoy fishing, why don’t you take your fishing tools and run away from the world to a peaceful canal or river. And one day you will find yourself a great fisherman.
And if you like to do a hand made things, such as wood or any other materials, full your life with them and every day say to yourself, “This day I will make anew design of this thing or that thing in my mind.” And finally you’ll find yourself an intelligent designer.
By these means and ways you will find yourself.
Get ready for your holidays.
Here’s the latest revisions and tests. Study hard and you’ll gain success.
Remember to use PDF reader. Activity Test 5 (2015 – 2016)
Source: Review (Time For English 5)
One day a crow picked up a large piece of cheese from the ground in its beak. It flew up into a tree. A hungry fox saw the crow with the cheese. The fox wanted the cheese, he looked up and smiled sweetly at the crow. “What a beautiful bird you are,” said the fox, but the crow said nothing. “What lovely feathers you have got,” said the fox, but the crow said nothing, either. “Have you got a beautiful voice? Will you sing for me?”
The crow opened its beak to sing, so that it show the fox it could sing beautifully.
The cheese fell to the ground and the fox ate it up greedily. “Thank you,” said the fox and ran away.
Now. Which one are you, the crow or the fox?